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Employment laws – federal and state – provide rights for employees. Employees cannot be mistreated for illegal reasons such as race, sex, disability, age, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, and related factors. Contact us at 310.641.8835 or email@example.com at your convenience.
Whistleblowers and people who assert their rights at work have legal protections. Employment retaliation for asserting your rights is illegal.
Wage and hour laws mean that employees have rights based on job category and job responsibilities. Failure to pay overtime and misclassification of exempt and non-exempt employees are illegal. Labor codes specify basic pay guarantees and payroll procedures.
Leaving a job in order to start a business needs to be handled carefully. Signing a severance agreement at termination should not mean signing away your legal rights.
California Civil Code Section 3523 specifies that “For every wrong there is a remedy.”
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